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Sweet Nightingale
Sweet Nightingale A popular chorus song. The words of Sweet Nightingale were first published in Robert Bell's Ancient Poems of the Peasantry of England , 1857, with the note: “This curious ditty—said to be a translation from the ancient Cornish...
   
Barley Mow
Barley Mow A cumulative song found throughout the British Isles. There are versions in the archive from Sussex, Kent, Somerset, Cornwall, Kent, Wiltshire, Dorset, Oxfordshire and more. The ‘barley mow’ of the title is a stack of barley, gathered...
   
Folk Chorus Songs Selection
Folk Chorus Songs Selection One type of song that has remained popular across English speaking traditions is the ‘chorus song’. These are often led by one singer (in a pub, for example) with the community joining in with the repeated chorus,...
   
False Lamkin: teaching notes for Key Stages 2 and 3
False Lamkin: teaching notes for Key Stages 2 and 3 Background notes on this dramatic and gory ballad, suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3, by Mary Humphreys. The song lends itself to a much deeper exploration of the social history of mediaeval to...
   
The Wensley Jig
The Wensley Jig An arrangement of a folk tune in 4 parts discovered in The Full English digital archive by John Kirkpatrick. John was commissioned to arrange three tunes for a massed band of artists to play at The Full English national showcase...
   
The Galloping Dash
The Galloping Dash An arrangement of a folk tune in 4 parts discovered in The Full English digital archive by John Kirkpatrick. John was commissioned to arrange three tunes for a massed band of artists to play at The Full English national showcase...
   
An Acre of Land: Key Stages 1 and 2
An Acre of Land: Key Stages 1 and 2 A suite of resources to help use this folk song in a variety of ways across the primary curriculum. Developed with primary song specialist Sue Nicholls, and Camden Music Service, there are arrangements for...
 
The Evercreech Hornpipe
The Evercreech Hornpipe An arrangement of a folk tune in 3 parts discovered in The Full English digital archive by John Kirkpatrick. John was commissioned to arrange three tunes for a massed band of artists to play at The Full English national...
   
Jim The Carter Lad
Jim The Carter Lad A song chosen to be in the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the world –...
   
The Hundred Haymakers
The Hundred Haymakers A song chosen to be in the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the world...
   
John Barleycorn
John Barleycorn A song chosen to be in the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the world – and...
   
The Green Grass
The Green Grass A song chosen to be in the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the world – and...
   
Oats And Beans And Barley
Oats And Beans And Barley A folk song chosen for the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the...
   
There’s A Nice Field Of Turnips Over There
There’s A Nice Field Of Turnips Over There A folk song chosen for the Seven Songs of Harvest pack , complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in...
   
Seven Songs of Harvest
Seven Songs of Harvest A pack of seven folk songs, complete with notation and teaching notes for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 written and arranged by Bob Kenward. Harvest has long been celebrated in song across the world – and still is. It is an...
   
Two Folk Dance Tune Sets
Two Folk Dance Tune Sets A set of jigs and a set of reels chosen and arranged by Rob Harbron as part of The Full English school project at Hanham High School, South Gloucestershire in 2014. Each set consists of 3 dance tunes chosen to work well...
   
Using Folk Song in Secondary Schools
Using Folk Song in Secondary Schools A pack compiled by Hazel Askew presenting a few different ways that folk song can be used at Key Stage 3. The aim of this pack is to explore ways of introducing and using folk music at Key Stage 3 in secondary...
   
Sally Walker
Sally Walker A folk song collected by Anne G. Gilchrist in Altrincham c.1900, and suitable for warming up exercises. Caroline Price used this, and Lubin, as warm up songs for The Full English community event held at The Met, Bury in on 8 March...
 
Lubin
Lubin A folk song collected by Anne G. Gilchrist in Altrincham c.1900, and suitable for warming up exercises. Caroline Price used this, and Sally Walker, as warm up songs for The Full English community event held at The Met, Bury in on 8 March...
 
Two Folk Song Warm Ups
Two Folk Song Warm Ups: Sally Walker and Lubin Two folk songs suitable for warming up exercises before singing. These pieces were collected by Anne G. Gilchrist in Altrincham c.1900. Caroline Price used these as warm up songs as part of The...
 

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